"TROLLIVOR,” said Mr. Jonas Haight irritably, “I wish you would not insist on using that word ‘lucky’ when referring to the enviable positions we occupy as trustees of the Parnley estate. Fortunate, I’m willing to admit; but it was brains that put us where we are, my boy.By ARCHIE P. McKISHNIE77 min
Question:—Miss H. J., Sask.:—Would you kindly tell me if there is money to be made by keeping a private kindergarten, or is the field overrun, and what are the usual charges for children attending a kindergarten? Where is the best school for taking a course?
THERE was a gathering in McCann’s store, with the smoky lamp in one corner and the air heady with the heat of the stove. The dance would not begin until ten, but that day Eddie “Bowery” Gallegher had come home from his summer’s steamboating.By H. BEDFORD-JONES30 min
Question—Please give me your advice on the King-Kirkland gold mine. I have been Offered some shares at twenty-five cents each, and seeing that all the other mines in the Northland have turned out so well I want to get in on the ground floor. I will appreciate your advice as to whether the purchase is a good investment.
IT WAS a stunt, of course, in which every move was a picture, and many of the stops. The Big Idea was to ride from Banff to Windermere over the old trail that has become a new motor road, and thus constitute the first tourist party, and probably the last pack train, to push westward over this picturesque route.By MADGE MACBETH18 min
IT IS a matter of common observation that business in Canada recovers from a trade depression, as a rule, somewhat more slowly than business in the United States. Our present experience is thus in no sense exceptional. There has been a very pronounced expansion of American industry during recent months; and although we have been reminded of it in a manner that is altogether painful, by the growing migration of Canadians across the border, we may take it, on the whole, as an excellent omen for the future.By G. E. JACKSON11 min
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